Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: In-Store Training on Healthy Food Choices (VOA)

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Many poor families buy processed foods because they seem to cost less than fresh vegetables, fruits and whole-wheat products. But a national group is showing families that they can buy healthy foods for about the same amount of money as manufactured foods. The group, called Share Our Strength, was set up to fight hunger and poverty. It offers free programs to help Americans living on a budget eat a much better, healthier diet. Nutrition educator Lindsey Seegers leads tours at a store in Maryland. She says people should make meal plans before they go to a store because it helps them eat healthier meals. She warns that if no plans are made, you might buy something that is not as healthy. Lindsey Seegers says the people she teaches do not have much money so they need to spend it wisely. The grocery store tour is offered several times a week. People learn to compare prices and how to find the best value. And they learn that frozen fruits and vegetables can be a good choice. Lindsey Seegers shows people how to find and carefully read information on food packages. She says people should avoid foods with high amounts of sugar, salt and fat. Tina Pawlik says the information she learned from Lindsay helped her change the way she eats. She says that she thought it was impossible to get healthy food on a small budget. But after learning to shop more effectively, she and others now make better choices at the grocery store.

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